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: Open University

6.20 Engineering Mechanics: Fluid Flows 4439989 6.45 Physiology: Swimming in Fish 5154231 7.10ThePowerof Radio: invasion from Mars 8374989 7.35Ndebele: WomenandArt

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Highlights of the fourth day. Stereo

: September Affair

Romantic drama starring
Joan Fontaine
Joseph Cotten
Luscious Italian scenery is the setting for this ill-fated love affair between an engineer and a concert pianist.
DirectorWilliam Dieterle (1950)

Contributors

Unknown: Joan Fontaine
Unknown: Joseph Cotten
Director: William Dieterle
Manina Stuart: Joan Fontaine
David Lawrence: Joseph Cotten
Maria Salvatini: Francoise Rosay
Catherine Lawrence: Jessica Tandy
David Lawrence Jr: Robert Arthur
Johnny Wilson: Jimmy Lydon

: Open View

: Children's BBC: Model Millie

Drama series.
Written by Philip Hawthorn.

Contributors

Writer (Model Millie): Philip Hawthorn
Model Millie: Sarah Davison

: Wimbledon

Live coverage on the fifth day of the championships.
Including at
2.00, 3.00 News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50 News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Children's BBC: Rugrats

Comic animation.

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Toby Anstis

: Children's BBC: The Movie Game

Schools' quiz with John Barrowman and guest Duncan Goodhew.
Competition line: [number removed](max call cost 25p) For a copy of the rules, send an sae to: [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: John Barrowman
Guest: Duncan Goodhew

: Children's BBC: Clowning Around 2: 6

Eight-part Australian drama series.
Sim and Martha interview applicants for tent hand positions. With Clayton Williamson and Margaret Ford.

Contributors

Sim: Clayton Williamson
Martha: Margaret Ford

: Wimbledon

Further live action from the fifth day of the championships. Introduced by Sue Barker.
WIMBLEDON OFFER: an exclusive chance to buy official Wimbledon merchandise including towels, a rugby Shirt, bathrobe and cable sweater by mail order. See page

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: World Cup Grandstand

Brazil v Cameroon
Live coverage from the Stanford Stadium, San
Francisco, of the group B game between Brazil and Cameroon, which promises to be one of the most attractive fixtures of the opening phase. Four years ago, Brazil bowed out to their deadly rivals Argentina in the second round while Cameroon put out Colombia on their way to a narrow defeat by England in the last eight.
There is also action and reaction from tonight's group E match which saw the Republic of Ireland take on Mexico in Orlando.
Commentary by Barry Davies and John Fashanu. Introduced by Desmond Lynam with Terry Venables , Jimmy Hill and David O'Leary.
Executive producer Malcolm Kemp Editor Brian Barwick
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
As coverage of the World
Cup is live, subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Commentary By: Barry Davies
Commentary By: John Fashanu.
Introduced By: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Terry Venables
Unknown: Jimmy Hill
Unknown: David O'Leary.
Producer: Malcolm Kemp
Editor: Brian Barwick

: Newsnight

A look at the day's top news stories, with Peter Snow.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Snow.

: Weatherview

: Danger Theatre

The comedy drama series hosted by Robert Vaughn concludes with this full-length adventure. A spoof detective story, it features the Searcher
- an accident-prone mystery biker whose mission in life is to help ordinary people who find themselves in a dilemma.
Go Ahead, Fry Me. Someone is hellbent on killing rock 'n' roll superstar Darek Jones , and the Searcher is determined to intercept the culprit. Director Jay Dubin

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Vaughn
Unknown: Darek Jones
Director: Jay Dubin
The Searcher: Diedrich Bader
Darek jones: Sam Mann

: Broadway Danny Rose

I Showbiz comedy I written, directed by and starring Woody Allen
With Mia Farrow
Danny Rose is a theatrical agent, strictly small-time, whose clients are even smaller time. The exception is an Italian crooner called Lou Canova. However, his girlfriend Tina is mixed up with the Mob - and that's when the trouble really starts.
The film features guest appearances from real-life comedians as themselves:
Sandy Baron , Corbett Monica , Jackie Gayle , Morty Gunty , Milton Berle. Others playing themselves include news reader Howard Cosell and Woody Allen 's own co-manager Jack Rollins.
(1984) B/W

Contributors

Unknown: Woody Allen
Unknown: With Mia Farrow
Unknown: Danny Rose
Unknown: Lou Canova.
Unknown: Sandy Baron
Unknown: Corbett Monica
Unknown: Jackie Gayle
Unknown: Morty Gunty
Unknown: Milton Berle.
Reader: Howard Cosell
Reader: Woody Allen
Unknown: Jack Rollins.
Danny Rose: Woody Allen
Tina Vitale: Mia Farrow
LouCanova: Nick Apollo Forte
Ray Webb: Craig Vandenbergh
Barney Dunn: Herb Reynolds
VitoRispoli: Paul Greco
JoeRispoli: Frank Renzulli
Johnny Rispoli: Edwin Bordo
Blind xylophonist: Mark Hardwick
Sid Bacharach: Peter Schoenfeld
Bird Lady: Alba Ballard








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